It had to happen eventually, but I’ve finally run out of music magazines containing articles pertaining to The Icarus Line. So I guess in this instance therefore, if anyone has any additional print-based articles not already featured on the site (and would like to contribute), then please don’t hesitate to get in touch via the […]
A live review of The Icarus Line’s performance at The Reading Festival 2004. This review is from Kerrang (issue 1022) and is dated September 11 2004.
Although the legendary underground music venue has since closed down, at one point ‘Metro’ used to be a regular fixture of the London gig scene, and played host to a number of up and coming bands – one of which was The Icarus Line. On 22 January 2004, Kerrang was there to document the band’s […]
Here are two more articles from Kerrang. I’m afraid I don’t know as to what the original publication date was for these pieces. Sorry. EDIT: The Live review is from Kerrang and was published on February 02 2002.
The Icarus Line had one of those shows when they opened up for The Cult at The House of Blues. According to ‘LA Weekly’, The Icarus Line “had an epic hate-set start of the night, getting booed and stuff thrown at them. Singer Joe Cardamone told us that the band played no actual songs, just […]
The Icarus Line have a live review up from their recent live show at Fibbers (York, UK). According to the review, it seems that York’s audience members weren’t nearly as receptive as The Icarus Line wanted them to be. Aside from the fact that only 20 people turned up to watch support act Sonic Tractor, […]
The following scans were printed in Kerrang #857 (June 16 2001). They reveal news about when The Icarus Line were about to tour the UK, and also give an indication as to what UK audiences could expect from the “irrepressible LA punk kids” after the band hosted an album release party for their Mono debut […]